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ANZAC Day Images: Australia Around The World

Gallipoli


Able Seaman Beth Winterhalter reflects on Anzac Beach after playing the bugle during the Dawn Service. Along with the traditional bugle, Beth also wore the very bugle that was used 89 years ago during the Landing at Gallipoli.


Lance Bombadier Greg Meller picks a poppy following the Dawn Service in Gallipoli.


Able Seaman Beth Winterhalter plays the bugle during the Dawn Service on Anzac Day.

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Baghdad


Chief Petty Officer Andrew Stapleton plays the Last Post for the Anzac Day commemoration in Baghdad. Prime Minister John Howard commemorated Anzac Day in Baghdad with Australian troops at a dawn service in Iraq.


Prime Minister John Howard commemorated Anzac Day in Baghdad with Australian troops at a dawn service in Iraq.

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Solomon Islands


Australian Defence Force personnel currently deployed in the Solomon Islands on Operation Anode commemorate Anzac Day 2004 by taking part in the traditional dawn service held at the Australian and New Zealand War Memorial in Honiara.


Australian Defence Force personnel currently deployed in the Solomon Islands on Operation Anode commemorate Anzac Day 2004 by taking part in the traditional dawn service held at the Australian and New Zealand War Memorial in Honiara.

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Canberra


Claire Melville (age 11) from Rivett at this years Anzac Day Dawn Service at The Australian War Memorial, Canberra.


Anzac Day 2004, Dawn Service at The Australian War Memorial, Canberra ACT.

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